Interview with co-founder and COO of Immigrant Food Téa Ivanovic about their 3-pillar mission, retaining quality employees, and enhancing media exposure the right way.
A look back at Martin Luther King Jr.'s words of wisdom.
Black people are more likely to die from cancer than other racial group, yet there is significant underrepresentation of Black healthcare providers, scientists and advocates who can help to facilitate earlier cancer detection and better health outcomes.
Marketing isn't nefarious or a dark art, but companies can use it as such to misrepresent themselves.
By allowing employees a safe place to discuss social justice and providing training on how to improve diversity and inclusion in the workplace, we have been able to create a better workplace for everyone.
Every June, organizations and corporations recognize Pride by hanging up rainbows, changing logos and making donations, but support for the LGBTQIA+ community shouldn't stop there.
As the Senate passes Juneteenth National Independence Day Act, corporations including Best Buy and National Grid join a growing list of businesses who've recognized the occasion in the wake of George Floyd's death.
Sandra Quince was named a diversity-and-inclusion coalition's first-ever CEO days before the anniversary of George Floyd's death and a month before Juneteenth 2021, and the symbolism and opportunity are not lost on her.
In the wake of a tense political climate, employees are more vocal than ever about issues in the workplace.
Veteran diversity consultant Dee C. Marshall has worked with everyone from members of Congress to tech-policy makers to make sure the answer is "yes," and she tells us whether we're getting close.
A virtual roundtable discussion with three architects behind the recent, revealing "Diversity in U.S. Startups" report.
The wisdom of pioneers like Madam C.J. Walker serve as a blueprint for how fellow small-business owners can be the key to your success.
Great books to help leaders better understand issues of social inequality and to inspire positive action.
The FUBU founder and VC discusses his new, celebrity-studded livestream event to boost support for black- and minority-owned businesses. And how he thinks his younger self would do in a pitch meeting.
If you want to make the business world more inclusive and equitable, stop seeing Black founders as a cause worth supporting and start viewing them as the innovators and difference-makers they already are.